Steve Jobs set extremely high expectations. He wanted things done a certain way, challenging other people to work harder, work longer, and sometimes to do more than they thought was possible. Steve Jobs
Bill Gates reads about 50 books a year, but only a few make his annual list of favorites. For several years, the Microsoft founder has chosen five titles he enjoyed over the past year and published reviews
Bill Macaitis, a tech industry veteran and former Salesforce and Zendesk executive who was hired as Slack's first Chief Marketing Officer back in 2014, stepped down a few months ago and move to an advisory
Apple is working to match the demand for the iPhone 7 Plus as best as it can, but it might not meet all the demand by the end of the year, CEO Tim Cook said on the investor call discussing its fourth-quarter
Google has added the data from the first half of 2016 to its ongoing Transparency Report page, and the changes are pretty much what you’d expect: more requests. Some frivolous, some legit, some top secret.
The proposed law would ban tent encampments from San Francisco’s sidewalks – a visceral reminder of the city’s gaping inequality A tent on a sidewalk is the only place thousands of San Franciscans have
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